Kristen Stewart and Rob Pattinson have apparently salvaged their relationship after the actress' recent cheating scandal.
The "Twilight" co-stars have been spotted out together several times lately, and their attendance at Thursday night's Prince concert in Los Angeles, Calif. further cemented that the romance in back on.
"The twosome were perfectly content, relaxed and loving the performance- and one another," said one onlooker at the concert, according to People magazine.
After being photographed together over the past few weeks, many fans of Stewart and Pattinson believe that the pair's romance is back on track following the summer's scandal.
Three months ago, Stewart apologized to Pattinson for a "lapse in judgment" when she had an affair with her "Snow White and the Hunstman" director Rupert Sanders.
While neither actor has confirmed their reconciliation, a source close to the pair revealed they are in fact back together.
"There's still healing to do and trust issues," said a second speaking to People magazine. "But Kristen will do whatever it takes."
The insider added that Pattinson "never stopped loving" Stewart throughout the scandal.
Stewart and Pattinson were not the only Hollywood A-listers to attend the intimate Prince concert on Thursday. Minka Kelly and on-again, off-again boyfriend Chris Evans were also in the audience, as well as actors Jeremy Piven, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, and Jenny McCarthy.
After enjoying the gig at Hollywood's Sayers Club, Pattinson and Stewart avoided cameras as they jumped into an SUV awaiting them.
Pattinson, 26, had just returned to the U.S. from Australia where he was promoting the upcoming "Twilight" film, whereas Stewart, 22, had just returned from Japan.
Both actors are expected to attend a press junket in L.A. for "Twilight: Breaking Dawn Part 2" on Sunday. Cast member Taylor Lautner, who has been promoting the film in South America, will also join.
"Breaking Dawn Part 2" will premiere in mid-November, where the stars will first take the red carpet in L.A. before touring several cities across the world.